If gazing at art fills you with intrigue about the process behind the piece step into the Kaya Sulc Studio at one of Noosa’s leading art centres where you’ll gain an in-depth insight into the creative process. Sarah Vercoe unveils what awaits at the top
Deb Caruso previews what’s on the horizon for the Sunshine Coast’s leading Arts and Cultural Festival
Horizon Festival returns to full force in 2021 with a mind-blowing program that promises to be nothing short of spectacular!
In its sixth year, the Festival will build on its reputation
Donning muddy boots and beaming smiles festival goers delighted in the inaugural Sunshine Sounds Festival with rain failing to fizzle their spirits.
Hundreds of music-lovers turned out for a weekend of good tunes and dancing to celebrate homegrown artistry on Gubbi Gubbi Country.
21 talented artists belted
Are you wishing to stay connected or become connected to the arts? Cleo Lilai discovers a local group connecting people to the fine arts - and each other.
If, like me, you are tired of watching videos online, are craving human interaction and love everything to
Vibrant and youthful artists set out to disrupt the arts scene. Deb Caruso was there to catch all the action.
The second 40 Under 40 Exhibition set out to showcase the young, vibrant and talented art scene in a high-energy exhibition opening at Butter Factory Arts
Michael Brennan looks at the practices of three indigenous artists whose work connects us with Australia’s revered landscape.
Most of us are aware that Australia’s First People have been identified as the longest living continuous culture on the planet. Indigenous Australians have lived on this continent
Art workshops are having a moment in the sun and where better to learn a new artistic skill than at the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre. Sarah Vercoe discovers how you can get involved and the benefits of becoming a BFF.
A resurgence in pottery and
Looking for a creative outlet? Why not try your hand at pottery. The Butter Factory Arts Centre has a host of classes on offer for everyone to enjoy as Ingrid Nelson discovers.
There are few things more therapeutic than getting your hands dirty and pottery is